SheFinds News: Selling the Family Jewels
April 26, 2006
Borrowing a bauble from Harry Winston is nice, but returning loaner sparkles can bring on a nasty case of separation anxiety. So, to feel like a princess every day, why not buy royal jewels? Across the pond at Christie’s in London on June 13 and 14 bidding is open on selected pieces that belonged to the late Princess Margaret, according to Luxist. Items up for auction include the Poltimore tiara, which she wore at her wedding. The tiara is valued at nearly $350,000, but there are also lower-priced items on the block, such as a hedgehog brooch, which is estimated at under $90. Sure, a hedgehog is no tiara, but technically, you’re no princess.
If you can’t make it, fake it. Emitations has faux jewelry and quality CZ that could fool the Queen Mum herself, who deserves only the best this Mother’s Day so Emitations is offering a deal.